Largely true for the majority of people, but I've met the exceptions. If your career goal is big enough it really can absorb all of your time and to spare an hour is to lose an hour of sleep. But if someone has time to watch Netflix, play video games, read novels or any other form of entertainment. Then they're not busy.
Most of the time I agree with this statement, if you care about someone and you're important to them they will TRY to make the time for you. I'm not saying they will do this daily, but I'm saying if yu haven't seen someone in a while i'm sure they would try to work something out if you were a priority.
85% of the time, yes I do believe this. There are some people whose plates are so full that they can't dedicate extra time, but most people CAN, but choose not to, dedicate time for something in substitute for something else.
I have literally broken up with a boy by telling him, "You know, if we really liked each other then we would make more time for each other. Let's go back to being friends." Thankfully he saw it the same way so it was a mutual disinterest.
not really. some people work 90-100 hours a week. that leaves 68 hours for the whole week. subtract about 40 hours for sleep. That leaves 28 hours to... clean, eat, shower, do the laundry, go to the bank, exercise, catch up on more work. lol. Literally no time left.
I somewhat agree with this statement because when dating someone they become a priority, but at the same time people still need to prioritize things needed to live or grow such as school, work, sports etc. But if they are constantly cancelling or blowing their significant other off then maybe things just aren't working out.
I agree with this statement. We all have time, even if it's a little amount, for our personal lives. Work may take most of your time but when you're not working, for example a bathroom or lunch break, you should defiantly send a person a text and show you're thinking of them dispite your busy schedule. Also if you're busy doing something there's always time in between your activity to do something nice for someone, literally takes less than a minute to do something for someone to show appreciation and love. If you're always working and busy It's all about letting the person know you are still thinking about them and care. basically you don't NEED to do a lot in a relationship when you're busy, but when you are you still have to put effort in. If you're always working and such that's a different story, you have to try Harder but lIke the statement, it's a matter of priorities. If a person cares enough to take some time towards you even when they're busy that says a lot.
For most people and most of the time, I think it's true. At least for me it is.
Yes I agree
Everyone has busy lives
If you care about someone you'll make it work
I do not completely agree with it, since I know there is very busy people, but it is true that if you truly want to be with someone and that person is your priority you'll find the time, I have done that before